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missalaire

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Got my modded Ducky DK2108S OMG Limited Edition Backlit Mechanical Keyboard today :)

It originally had orange LEDs and hybrid MX switches, had those swapped out for blue LEDs and MX clears.

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NukeULater

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My Rosewill RK-9000 with cherry blue mx switches and an original Logitech G5. Sometimes I feel that I should upgrade my mouse, but this thing still works as well as the day I bought it.

 
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The main thing that changed with the newer Logitech mice in the same from (MX500 > MX510 > MX518 > MX518 1800dpi > G5 > G400 > G400s) is the price; the newest incarnation costs a lot more. If you see the G500s as successor; even more so.

I still have a MX510, MX518 (1800 dpi) and MX310 in use. The latter was bought for left-handed use. The only reason I bought that MX518 was because the MX510 couldn't be moved single pixels on screen with 4960 pixels wide without moving too far on the mousepad.
 

drklu

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Ducky Shine 3 pairs well with the TRG 42 :)
The Logitec G9x is hard to see

Edit: Updated with better pictures. Still need a scope for the TRG :(



 
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Tyler-Durden

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My current keyboards: HP Elite V2 and CM Quickfire TK (Cherry Red). I use the HP for everyday typing and the CM for gaming. Got both brand new for under $100 total. :D

 

ranviper

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I have this bad boy in the mail on the way right now. SO excited. Missed my browns, and this thing is GORGEOUS, and had brilliant reviews. The Feenix Autore.

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ranviper

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Rocking these at work. Old school keyboard from our as/400 terminals, buckling springs. Love it.

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sharknice

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Can you use the second row of function keys or those keys on the left for anything in windows?
 

ranviper

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All 24 function keys work in the os/400 for query and such, and only some of the keys work in windows. Like one called 'apps' functions as the windows key, since there is none.
 

fileid

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Receive my keyboard a week ago. KBP V60 in Red/Blue LED Cherry MX Brown with my Zowie Mico. KBP V60 will probably be up for sale this week whenever I get my Ducky Mini. Next to it is my new Schiit Modi DAC and Schiit Asgard 2 Headphone Amp.
 

Furious P

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What kind of clock is that in the corner? Looks pretty slick.

I finally found an extended cloth pad like the Razer Goliathus that's just black; none of that god awful green splattered all over it. Perixx DX-2000. It has a better rubber base than the Goliathus, too. Just $17 at Newegg.

 

Tyler-Durden

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What kind of clock is that in the corner? Looks pretty slick.
I got it from eBay, last year. I don't remember what it was called, but here's a pic if you want to try to search for it.



It's a neat little desk clock that hasn't given me any trouble. It came with an AC adapter and think I paid about $30 including shipping.
 

Lateralus

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LOL, there's no model number on it? Do you know how many items come up when you search for "desk clock"? ;)

I found this one which is neat, but it doesn't have the date.

Massdrop has a neat Cold War Clock but it's kinda pricey.
 

Tyler-Durden

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Were there anything like a name, model number, serial number, etc. to identify the clock I'd have posted it.

Oh, wait... here's something: Made in Hong Kong.

Hope it helps.
 

Lateralus

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Were there anything like a name, model number, serial number, etc. to identify the clock I'd have posted it.

Oh, wait... here's something: Made in Hong Kong.

Hope it helps.

I'm not looking; I was simply trying to help the person that inquired about it. I have a computer clock, a wall clock, an iPhone, and often wear one of several watches so I'm not really in the market for a desk clock, but I thought it was neat looking.

Smartassery aside, that's surprising. Even the most generic of Chinese made product usually has some kind of identifying information on a label or molded into the plastic. Oh well, good luck in your search Furious.
 
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Lateralus

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Just came in...so far, I'm in LOVE.

I do like the looks of that a lot. I had never heard of that keyboard until you posted about it a while back. Most of the reviews that I read kinda knocked on it for not having the features of some other boards in that price range. I don't care one bit about those extra features of the "gaming" keyboards, but I do think that it's a bit steep for what you get. It's definitely a good looking board, though!

Since I already have a couple of minimalistic boards, I'm waiting on this guy to be released:



What interests me about this one is the per key backlighting. I plan to make the WASD cluster one color and the quicksave and quickload keys (usually F5 and F9) different colors so I can easily stab them in the dark. Hoping to pay less than MSRP though, as I already have several backlit and non-backlit mechanical keyboards so the Corsair is basically just a "because it's different" purchase.
 

ranviper

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I really like the way the new corsair looks too. I may end up getting one eventually, always nice to have a few different decks and switches around.

As far as the price of this Feenix. Sure it was a bit steep, but I don't think awfully unreasonable compared to some of the other decks around. I think of Deck, Ducky, and some others. I think apart from trying it, it can be hard to justify though. But now that I have had my hands on it, and feel how solid and smooth it is, I'd give it a well worth the price rating for sure. :)
 

Nonchalance

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I like it too! Though in the future I may transition the keyboard over to an iPad, and go mechanical on my setup.

The mouse is just convenient, with the gestures for OS X as well as easy Bluetooth connectivity. I much more enjoy my MX518 though: it has better ergonomics, nice buttons that can be customized, and I use a gestures extension for browsing with it.
 

ithehappy

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My cheap setup :( I am not changing this keyboard until it dies on me. Been five + years!

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And without this I will die, backlit :D

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ranviper

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My cheap setup :( I am not changing this keyboard until it dies on me. Been five + years!

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And without this I will die, backlit :D

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I had a G510, which I liked, but it was too large. Had a G19 for a while, again, just too large. Then I got a G105 - perfect.

Until I got cherry mx browns. lol.
 
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